SE-Radio Episode 298: Moshe Vardi on P versus NP

Felienne talks with Moshe Vardi about P versus NP. Why is this problem so central to computer science? Are we close to solving it?  Is it necessary to solve it? Progress toward computing hard problems efficiently with SAT solvers.  How SAT solvers work,; applications of SAT like formal verification.   Related Links TU Eindhoven P […]

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Software in Latin America with Mariana Costa

Access to education is something everyone strives for but not all achieve–especially education that leads to meaningful and well-paying work. In today’s world where software is eating all sorts of industries, access to a good technical education is still out of the reach of many people. Laboratoria is a social enterprise which teaches women from low-income backgrounds in Peru, Mexico and Chile how to code and helps place them inContinue reading...

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Fluent Design with James Clarke

We talk with James Clarke about fluent design. 27,000 errors in the Tizen operating system. And the insane list of top level domains.

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Ep. 145 – Codeland - NYPL and Khan Academy talks from Courteney Ervin and Celia La

Courteney Ervin shares the ups and downs of building a product for one of the largest library systems in the world. Celia La walks us through the technical challenges (and solutions) of bringing Khan Academy's quality content to people all over the world.

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Container Networking with Dan Williams

Containers are widely used in projects that have adopted Docker, Kubernetes, or Mesos. Containers allow for better resource isolation and scalability. With all of the adoption of containers, companies like Red Hat, Google, and CoreOS are working on improved standards within the community. Standards are important to this community because of its pace of growth and the number of concurrent projects. If you heard our recent episode about the LinuxContinue reading...

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Strong Opinions Weakly Held

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258: 10 Years of RabbitMQ with Karl Nilsson & Michael Klishin

We are thrilled to produce this show to honor RabbitMQ’s 10th anniversary. Karl Nilsson and Michael Klishin joined the show to talk through 10 years of RabbitMQ — one of the most widely deployed open source message brokers with more than 35,000 production deployments worldwide.

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Reinforcement Learning with Michal Kempa

Reinforcement learning is a type of machine learning where a program learns how to take actions in an environment based on how that program has been rewarded for actions it took in the past. When program takes an action, and it receives a reward for that action, it is likely to take that action again in the future because it was positively reinforced. Michal Kempka is a computer scientist workContinue reading...

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Aesthetic Aha

Aesthetic Aha

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Josh Doody on Resumes, Interviewing, and Negotiation

We talk with Josh Doody about resumes, interviewing, and salary negotiation. The Facebook Algorithm mom problem, and an animated gif embedded in bacteria.

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